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Alumni Profiles

Senior Profiles We Are McDaniel Class of 2021

  • Britt and Lauren Burr

    Britt Burr '11

    “If you would have told me when I was graduating from McDaniel that I’d start my own nonprofit, I would have said, ‘No way, that’s a lot,' and it is a lot. But we just built from where we were and all of a sudden, it just makes sense.”
  • Christopher Molloy, National Bohemian brand manager, and Boh, the mascot

    Christopher Molloy '10

    “Most people don’t listen. They want to talk. But when you walk into a business meeting, the answer is already in the room. You just need to listen for it and reflect it back.”
  • John Baugher M.S. '06

    “I had some incredible professors at McDaniel. I was really kind of wavering about whether I wanted to go into administration, but several of them had spoken to me privately and suggested I continue down that path. They saw something in me that others did not.”
  • McDaniel College alumna Danielle Rowlett Tate '03

    Danielle Rowlett Tate ’03

    “I learned about mental toughness and that with enough tenacity — and a book — I can figure out anything.”
  • Students walking towards Hoover Library

    Dr. Sandra Geiman Ruby '99

    “To say that Carroll County is privileged to have her is an understatement. If what she wanted was academic acclaim, there’s no question in my mind that she could have been successful at Hopkins, Yale or Harvard. But she saw a need, a very real need, and is very committed to our community.” Andrea Kirby Ormiston ’99, Dr. Ruby's best friend since 2nd grade
  • McDaniel College alumna Nicki Pesik '86 at CDC

    Dr. Nicki Pesik '86

    It was the most challenging public health experience I’ve ever head, but it was among the most rewarding.”
  • McDaniel College alumnus David Moskowitz '80

    David Moskowitz '80

    “I believe calculated risks are important to personal and business growth.”
  • McDaniel College alumna Georgeann Morekas '78

    Georgeann Morekas '78

    “I was a good student but I had to work hard at chemistry; the math was difficult for me. Once I took P-Chem (Physical Chemistry), I finally had my aha moment and realized what it all meant and why I was doing all these differential equations.”